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Annie Wittenmyer and the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home: Ephemera

Annie Wittenmyer and the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans' Home

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Davenport, IA 52801-1490

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Ephemera for Annie Wittenmyer and ISOH

Ephemera – Institutions – Iowa Soldiers Orphans Home

 

1994 ISOH-Annie Wittenmyer Reunion. 10 July 1994.

Annie Wittenmyer Days. Davenport Sesquicentennial, 24-25 May 1986.

Catalog of the Iowa State Institutions Holstein Sale. 10 Oct 1960.

Graduating Exercises. 08 June 1906. Print.

Iowa Soldiers Orphan Home Reunion (Annie Wittenmyer). 11 July 1982. Print.

ISOH – Annie Wittenmyer Reunion. 9 July 2000.

ISOH/Annie Wittenmyer mailing list. 1998.

The Iowa Annie Wittenmyer Home Information Booklet. Anamosa: Iowa State Industries, 1958. Print.

The ISOH Tattler. 1.1 (Dec 1936). Print.

The Oakton Press. (Mar 1940). Print. 

"Tombstone Mystery". Mount Ayr Record News. Reprinted from blog. 31 Mar 2016. Print.

Ephemera – Biography – Wittenmyer, Annie

 

“Annie Wittenmyer’s Work Recalled y Pennsylvanians”. The Keokuk Daily Gate City. 23 June 1937. Print.

“Annie Wittenmyer”. Iowa Women’s Hall of Fame. 1975. Print.  

“Report of Mrs. Wittenmyer to Governor Kirkwood”. Keokuk Gate City. 08 June 1863. Print.

“Report of Mrs. Wittenmyer to the Soldier’s Aid Societies of Iowa Ladies”. Keokuk Weekly Gate City. 25 Nov 1861. Print.

Beatty, Virginia L. Annie Wittemyer (Sarah Ann Turner Wittenmyer) Mentor to Millions”. Evansonton, IL: Signal Press, 2002. Print.

Cole, Cyrenus. A History of the People of Iowa. Cedar Rapids: The Torch Press, 1921. P. 375-376. Print.

Dawson, Patricia and Hudson, David. Iowa History and Culture: A Bibliography of Materials Published between 1952 and 1986. Ames, IA: Iowa State University Press, 1989. P. 303-305. Print.

Fisher, Ron. “Annie Wittenmyer, Iowa’s Civil War Heroine”. The Iowan. (Fall 1961) p. 40-44. Print.

Gallaher, Ruth. “Annie Turner Wittenmyer: The Wittenmyer Diet Kitchens”. The Palimpsest. (Apr 1957): p. 149-158. Print.

Garrison, Raymond E. “When Annie Wittenmyer Marched with Grant”. Goodbye My Keokuk Lady. Hamilton, IL: Hamilton Press, 1962. Print.

Gue, Benjamin. History of Iowa: from the earliest times to the beginning of the Twentieth Century. Vol. 4 Iowa Biograhy. New York: The Century Hstory Co., 1903: p. 292-293, 418-421. Print.

Helentahl, Francis J. “Durint Civil War…Keokuk’s Annie T. Wittenmyer ‘Greatest Woman in America’!”. Shoppers Free Press (Keokuk, IA). 29 May 1974. P. 27. Print.

Riley, Glenda. “Annie Turner Wittenmyer: Reformer”. Iowa Woman. (Sep 1986): p. 26-23. Print.

Selection of items listed in With Love and Concern, Annie Wittenmyer which are owned by the Davenport Public Library. Print.

Sillanpa, Capt. Tom. Annie Wittenmyer: God’s Angel. Evansnton, IL: Signal Press, 1972. Print.

Sillanpa, Tom. “Wittenmyer, Mrs. Annie (nee Turner)”. Encyclopedia of World Methodism. Lake Junaluska, NC: Commission on Archives and History. Print.

Transcribed correspondence from Wittenmyer to Lucy A. Turner, relative. 1862, 1868 and 1873. Print.

Vowels, Kelly. “Annie Turner Wittenmyer, woman who gave for everyone”. The Northern Iowan. 92.51 (19 Apr 1996) p. 3. Print.

Zaring, Noah. “Competition In Benevolence: Civil War Soldier’s Aid in Iowa.” Iowa Heritage Illustrated (Spring 1996): p. 10-23. Print